Wood Wise Design & Remodeling22 years – over 400 projects919.783.9330
- Granite usually comes from Italy, Brazil, and India. Level 1 granite is simply in good supply, not more attractive. Level 2 granite costs approximately 20% more than level 1. $55-$75 per sq. foot is typical for installed granite for countertops, which includes a sink cutout with polished edge.
- Drywall is cheap. Popcorn, or textured ceilings, are often cheaper to replace with new drywall than to resurface to be smooth.
- Removing walls, load-bearing or not, is not a big deal. It does require a letter from a structural engineer. The letter describes the proper method of supporting a removed wall and the inspector always confirms that the proper method has been employed.
Have You Seen Our New Wheels?
Our van is driven by head carpenter Greg Eatz and has been turning heads with its great graphics. Our project manager Ben Toney drives our silver pick-up truck with cool graphics. These vehicles not only look great, they help keep the guys’ tools organized. Wave if you see them around town!
Hank Wall and Greg Eatz with the new Wood Wise van.
Making the dozens of selections for your remodeling project is daunting. Even the brightest homeowners dread making a mistake. Which tile, which granite, what cabinet finish, and what finish for the faucet?
Wood Wise provides complete support for all of your selections. Designer Kathy Walker is your ally in the various showrooms helping you coordinate everything. She helps guide you to appropriate choices that fit your look and your budget to take the stress out of the selection process. Kathy says,
“I love it when I leave a selection meeting with a homeowner and they say, ‘That was easier than I thought it would be!'”
Here are a few of Kathy’s recent projects:
Call Wood Wise today to set up an appointment and let Kathy help you on your path to a beautiful remodeling project.
Giving back to our community is important to Wood Wise. We are proud to be a sponsor of Urban Ministries of Wake County’s 9th Annual Stone Soup. The proceeds of this event will enable Urban Ministries to be an advocate for and provide much needed services to people in our community affected by poverty. We invite you to join us for delicious homemade soup served in hand-crafted pottery bowls on Wednesday, November 20, at White Memorial Presbyterian Church. Come and nourish your body and soul by giving back to our community. We hope to see you there!
To learn more about Urban Ministries of Wake County and Stone Soup, go to:
Mark your 2014 calendar now!
Free Kitchen Remodeling Classes
Saturday, February 22 9:30-11a.m.
Wednesday, February 26 6:30-8p.m.
At our showroom:
3121 A Glen Royal Rd.
Raleigh NC 27617
Choose one of our classes to hear Hank Wall, president, and Kathy Walker, designer, talk about the latest trends in kitchen design and how to avoid common remodeling mistakes. Enjoy delicious refreshments in our beautiful cabinet showroom. One lucky attendee will win lunch for two at The Cheesecake Factory. All attendees will receive 50% off custom kitchen design. Please r.s.v.p. by calling 919.783.9330 or email: email@example.com
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